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How To Triumph Over Opposition

Nehemiah   •  Sermon  •  Submitted   •  Presented   •  51:51
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So far, Nehemiah in the rebuilding of this wall has had to stand up to the violent threats of the enemy in chapter 5. Then in chapter 5, he had to deal with internal conflict between the wealthy Jews and the poor Jews. He has been tested as a leader. The wall is almost done, and the breaches have been repaired, the wall is complete except for the door in the gates. The enemy does not give up, and here in chapter 6, he hits again with four types of opposition: intrigue, innuendo, intimidation, and infiltration. In the first three, Satan moves, and Nehemiah responds, and the last one Nehemiah’s moves, and Satan responds, so let's learn how to triumph over opposition.

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I. Satan's Scheme of Intrigue

A. The Advancement

B. The Approach

C. The Answer

II. Satan's Slanderous Innuendo

A. Sending An Open Letter

B. Started An Outright lie

C. Stating Nehemiah's Response Letter

III. Satan's Subsequent Attempt Of Intimidation

A. The Deception Of Shemaiah

B. The Distinction Of The Servant

1. His dedication

2. His Discernment

3. His Desire

IV. Nehemiah's Stunning Accomplishment - Satan's Infiltration

A. The Realization of the Work

B. The Remorse of the Enemy

C. The Rebellious Infiltration

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